Emma Viskic is an award-winning Australian crime writer. Her critically acclaimed debut novel, Resurrection Bay, won the 2016 Ned Kelly Award for Best Debut, as well as an unprecedented three Davitt Awards: Best Adult Novel, Best Debut, and Readers' Choice. Resurrection Bay was iBooks Australia's Crime Novel of the year in 2015.
Emma studied Australian sign language (Auslan) in order to write the character of Caleb Zelic in Resurrection Bay.
Also a classical clarinettist, Emma's musical career has ranged from performing with José Carreras and Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, to busking in the London Underground.
Emma Viskic recommends
(Timothy Blake, book 1)
"Jack Heath’s writing grabs you by the throat, gnaws on your bones, and washes it all down with a hefty dose of funny. Sick, twisted, violent, and oh so good. In Timothy Blake, Heath has created a one-of-a-kind character. I hope."
You Don't Know Me (2019)
"You Don't Know Me proves yet again that Sara Foster is a writer at the top of her game. A compelling story of secrets, lies, and heartache."
The Long Shadow (2020)
"In The Long Shadow, Buist continues to impress with her smart brand of psychological thriller. A brooding story about small town secrets and the lies we tell to protect ourselves."
Shore Leave (2020)
(Frank Swann, book 4)
"A gritty and insightful story of greed, family and revenge from a master of hard-boiled crime."
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